The W4200HD, a 42-inch high-definition plasma display with a resolution of 1024 x 768. Retail price: $3,499.
The W4200ED, which is like the W4200HD, ehanced-definition resolution of 852 x 480. Retail price: $2,299.
The W1900 (pictured below the W4200HD), a 19-inch LCDhigh-definition TV with a resolution of 1280 x 768. Retail price: $899.
According to varoius websites websites, They will be equipped to receive both analog and digital broadcasts out-of-the-box, due to dual integrated analog and combination digital/analog tuners. The Dell W4200 displays both allow users to multitask by viewing images from different sources simultaneously, with dual tuners and Picture-In-Picture (PIP), Picture-On-Picture (POP), and Picture-By-Picture (PbP) modes. When a PC is attached, the W4200 displays also support PC graphics on PC graphics, video on PC graphics, and video on video.
“Dell is pursuing what it calls ‘breakthrough’ pricing,” Merrill Lynch analyst Steven Milunovich said in an e-mail to investors. “We believe Dell’s hallmark is a good product at a better price. Dell often has low costs because of its direct model and operational excellence.”
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Both TVs are powered by a PixelworksTM chipset. Detailed specs will be available on October 27 from Dell. With the stand the WD4200 is about 10 inches thick. Removed for wall mounting the plasma screen is merely 3.3 inches thin.